"SivaSiva" is a revered mantra from South India naming the divine within all. This app is a portal to the ancient, profound wisdom and rich culture of that tradition, retooled for the 21st century. It seeks to reach today’s mobile generation who seek to understand Eastern metaphysics, find spiritual roots and enjoy authentic spiritual experience.
SivaSiva offers inspirational quotes to uplift your day, awesome photos and art, access to an extensive audio library, YouTube videos and more. Version One has tools for practice and study. Use the app to learn the basics of Saivite Hinduism by diving into the Path to Siva book, which is resident in the app even if you are off line. Read the daily Master Course lessons and practice Color Meditation. The entire current issue of Hinduism Today magazine is available inside the app. Quotes from books give you instant access to their source. A journal tracks your history. Tap favorites to come back to them tomorrow. Have fun with the word-puzzle and learn key concepts at the same time. SivaSiva is a tool for all those who seek daily spiritual upliftment. There Hindu Dictionary for you to explore. You also now you can download the Panchagam (Hindu Calender) for area.
A bug was fixed -- in the Listen module, when you tried to download music to My Audio, the app would quit. We hope this was solved. We also fixed a bug where navigation from one module the next would give you a blank, black screen. Now there is much fast navigation across modules.
New Music Categories: We now include Classical Music and Popular Music categories in the Listen module. Popular music is defined by those who produce via mixers, electronic drum beats, sound boards etc. Classical Music typically uses some real instruments, may be done in studios or on stage by professionals. We can also now play high quality .m4a files.
We are pleased and very grateful that Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha gave us permission to use their music. Their famed Shiva Bhaktimala II has been added.
In Popular Music category we have Natchintani songs by Sanje Siva (Sanjeevan Sivakumaran) from London and songs Kulagen Mooneeswamy from Mauritius.
In the amateur category we have a beautiful new Carnatic singer, Uma Satkunasivam. You will enjoy her charming soprano renditions of Natchintanai. She kept the gamakam (complex Carnatic vocal ornamentation) to a minimum, so that you can follow along with her tunes.
Ratings and Reviews
- Himalayan Academy
- 111.8 MB
Requires iOS 8.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2019 Himalayan Academy
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.